Police Seize Counterfeits in Fashion District Los Angeles police detectives raided several clothing stalls along Santee Alley in the Fashion District on July 19 and seized an estimated $10 million worth of counterfeit apparel, knock-off Gucci bags, jewelry, sunglasses, CDs and other accessories. Police served warrants on several businesses during a noon-hour raid. Two suspects were arrested for selling alleged pirated CDs. Other dealers fled their stalls when they saw police arriving on the scene, leaving the merchandise behind, said a police spokesperson. Investigators were notified of the activity by investigators working for several apparel companies, said police. The bust was the second in the Fashion District in less than a month. Police arrested three suspects on June 29 for possessing thousands of pairs of counterfeit denim in a warehouse near the Fashion District.